01 feb 2009

NEW FORMS OF OFFENCES TO THE COMMUNITY'S FINANCIAL INTERESTS COMMITTED THROUGH THE NEW TECHNOLOGIES: report 2008

Nell'ambito del convegno Responsabilità delle persone giuridiche per reati di frode agli interessi finanziari dell’Unione europea e per crimini informatici , che si è tenuto a Milano dal 29 al 31 gennaio 2009, il Prof. Picotti ha presentato il report, che ho contribuito a realizzare attraverso l'elaborazione diretta di importanti parti, nonchè tramite la supervisione dell'editing, commissionato dalla Commissione Europea e da OLAF e concluso il 31 dicembre 2008 sul tema: NEW FORMS OF OFFENCES TO THE COMMUNITY'S FINANCIAL INTERESTS COMMITTED THROUGH THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES IN A COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE.
Le parti curate direttamente da me sono le seguenti (mentre le altre sono state elaborate congiuntamente al gruppo di ricerca dell'Università di Verona, sempre sotto la direzione del Prof. Picotti):


Part I

New forms of offences committed through new technologies: an empiric survey

Roberto Flor

1. Methodology

2. About the respondents

3. Empiric analysis

Part. 1. General questions

Part. 2. Incidents, data protection and security policy in your organization

4. Results of the empiric analysis – Summary table and details

A) Positive Response

B) Negative Response (inc. “do not know”)

5. New forms of offences committed through information technologies

6. Conclusions. Cross analysis of data: new forms of attack, through the use of modern technologies, to the Union’s financial interests or to the integrity of computer systems of the European institutions or to the confidentiality of data. Summary table.

Part II

Comparative review and the criminal legal framework

1. European Union and criminal law: the fight against cybercrime

Roberto Flor

2. The Convention on Cybercrime

Roberto Flor

2.1. Substantive Criminal Law

2.2. Procedure Criminal Law

2.3. Conclusions

3. Comparative analysis of the substantive law

3.1. Frauds, Computer-related fraud and Identity-related fraud

Roberto Flor

3.1.1. Italy

3.1.2. Germany

3.1.3. Spain

3.1.4. Romania

3.1.5. France

3.1.6. Provisional conclusions: results of the comparative analysis

3.2. Computer-related forgery

Roberto Flor

3.3. Comparative analysis of the offences against the confidentiality, integrity and availability of computer data and systems

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3.3.7.a. Criminal law and Corporate liability

Roberto Flor

Part III

OLAF activity. Activities of investigation, data protection and means of investigation of electronic evidence

Roberto Flor

1. Legal framework and internal regulation and rules

1.1. Investigation activities

1.2. Data Protection

1.3. Internal regulation and rules - OLAF Manual

2. Activities of investigation, data protection and computer evidence - Best practice and data protection

2.1. Phases (from SWGDE - best practices for Computer Forensics - ACPO principles and Reg. (Euratom, CE) n. 2185/96)

2.2. Phases, principles and data protection: validity of the evidence and confidentiality of communications.

2.3. Best practices in progress: conclusions

Parte IV

De jure condendo perspective and conclusions

Lorenzo Picotti and Roberto Flor

1. At an empirical level

Roberto Flor

2. At a substantive criminal law level

Roberto Flor

3. New technologies, investigation activity and data protection

Roberto Flor

4. De jure condendo perspective

Lorenzo Picotti and Roberto Flor

4.1. The Treaty of Lisbon and the new legal basis for interventions

4.2. At a substantive and procedural criminal law level

4.3. Data processing by automated means, data protection and the validity of evidence

5. Conclusions

Lorenzo Picotti

Per maggiori informazioni sul report, che sarà pubblicato, quantomeno in parte, entro il 2009, si prega di inviare un'email a:
flor_roberto@hotmail.com

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